Amal Clooney Dazzles in a Yellow Sequined Minidress While in London with George

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Amal Clooney Dazzles in a Yellow Sequined Minidress While in London with George

If anyone knows how to dress for a glamorous night out, it's Amal Clooney.

Last night, she and husband George Clooney attended the London premiere of his film Ticket To Paradise. Following the event, the pair returned to their hotel for an outfit change, and were photographed heading out hand in hand, on their way to the premiere afterparty.

For the occasion, Amal opted for a dazzling minidress—a yellow sequined piece with a mock turtleneck and long sleeves that flared at the ends. She styled it with a pair of reflective silver pointed-toe slingback pumps and a matching clutch, and accessorized simply with large diamond stud earrings. The human rights activist's glam was timeless: She wore natural makeup and a red lip, and had her hair down in relaxed but elegant waves.

George, meanwhile, kept it more casual for the fete. The actor opted for a black polo shirt, which he layered with a matching jacket, classic blue jeans, and gray shoes with yellow shoelaces.

Photo credit: MEGA - Getty Images
Photo credit: MEGA - Getty Images

In an interview with The New York Times, published earlier this week, Julia Roberts, who stars in Ticket to Paradise with Clooney, spoke about just how much their friendship means to her. She admitted that while they were filming the romantic comedy in Australia, far away from her family, it was Clooney who helped keep her sane.

"The Clooneys saved me from complete loneliness and despair," she said. "We were in a bubble, and it's the longest I've ever been away from my family. I don't think I've spent that much time by myself since I was 25."

Clooney, who brought wife Amal and their five-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander Clooney, to Australia, recalled to the Times the routine they all developed with Roberts.

"We started in Hamilton Island, with all these wild birds, and Julia had the house down just below Amal and me and the kids," he said. "I would come out in the early mornings and be like, 'Caa-caa,' and Julia would come out and be like, 'Caa-caa.' And then we'd bring her down a cup of coffee. She was Aunt Juju to my kids."

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